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ticket a gift from new orleans-based photographer robert. brennan risked his life the night superstorm sandy hit his beach front community. back at breezy point brennan showed tus devastation and explained how when homes started burning, he threw on his wet suit and paddle board today rescue neighbor sgls i told them i was going to go down and search house to house make sure, you know, that's the way the place is. we're neighbors. you always look out for each other. >> robert fogarty snapped this photo for his photo project. tim's message, the reason why we fall is so we can get up again. >> i just want to show tim new orleans, too, because it's like a source of pride and he's obviously has a long road ahead. >> but for now he gets a thrilling break watching the ravens and 49ers battle it out on sunday. theresa garcia cbs news, new orleans. >> 49ers defensive back will spend his off season doing damage control after his home phobic comments at tuesday's media day. after the super bowl, colliver will work with the trefr project to learn more about the lgbt community. a representative sa
is at risk. half the north polar ice cap has disappeared. look at superstorm sandy here. look at the 60% of the u.s. in drought. last year the hottest year in u.s. history. we have to stop this. we have to arrest it. >> the single biggest reason for the decline of co2 emissions in the united states or the decline in the rate of increase has been the substitution of natural gas and sort of coal. because of fracking, natural gas has become cheap enough that we're replacing coal. in fact, we are now doing better than the european union in terms of meeting targets. i've heard you on the subject and it feels to me like you're still very -- you're on the fence on the issue of fracking. shouldn't you be more fully in favor of it with regulations and with protections because it is almost everywhere replacing coal and that is a big net plus in terms of co2 emissions. >> we have to be careful in measuring the global warming impact of the strategies that we choose. if you look at the latest satellite pictures of north america, there's a new ball of light as large as chicago in rural north dakota.
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